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Speedlogix Tension Arms


Replacing your factory tension arms is a great way to help reduce wheel hop and make your Modern Mopar launch harder. Speedlogix brought the first Billet Tension arm to market back in 2012 using 6061 T6 billet aluminum. These billet arms have been fully FEA (Finite Element Analysis) tested and have shown to be more than twice the strength of the stock steel or cast aluminum OE part. One end features bushings that are 85 durometer providing less deflection and distortion while the other bushing is a FRB (fiber reinforced bushing) that is tested to over 60,000 psi. This combination provides for an extremely strong part with virtually no noise and harmonics. These are critical in keeping your rear stable and preventing oscillation.

Since the introduction of the Billet versions we have also added to our line up. We have brought out our “Economy” version which is 4130 chromoly alloy. In these arms we offer the same bushing as the Billet version but use chromoly to keep the costs down.

Our third version of the tension arm is taking our chromoly version to the next step by adding adjustability. Again using 4130 chromoly alloy and the strong bushings from our billet version we also give our customers the ability to fine tune the adjustment of the rear wheel. If you need to be able to push or pull the bottom of your rear wheel in – these are for you.

Stock V6 and R/T 5.7L Arm


Weight: 1 lb 13 oz


Stock SRT, SRT Hellcat, R/T Scat Pack, Daytona 392 and T/A 392


Weight: 1 lb 1 oz



Speedlogix Billet Tension Arm
Weight: 1 lb 13 oz
To Order: Speedlogix Billet Rear Tension Arms 05-17 Challenger, Charger, 300, Magnum





“Economy” Tension Arm
Weight: 1 lb 6 oz
To Order: Speedlogix Tubular Tension Arms 2005-2017 Challenger, Charger, 300, Magnum





Adjustable Tension Arm
Weight: 1 lb 13 oz
To Order: Speedlogix Adjustable Tubular Tension Arms 2005-2017 Challenger/Charger/300/Magnum





If you have any questions do not hesitate to ask!
Chris
 
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